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Football

What Germany did to become champs
The 2002 Japan and South Korea World Cup saw the Germans lose in the Finals to Brazil, thanks to Ronaldo da Lima’s two goals. The Germans were happy to have gotten that far, but were still highly disappointed. Read full blog
Amrouche is his own worst enemy
Thunder has struck twice with news of Harambee Stars coach Adel Amrouche being slapped with a one-year ban from all football activities. Read full blog
Save our Stars
First and foremost, it is not all over for Harambee Stars in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. Read full blog
The Harambee Stars' secrets
A week ago Kenya’s Harambee Stars hosted Burundi in our first international friendly this year. I tweeted about the friendly that morning. Read full blog
Joachim Loew: German lessons for Africa
How do you win the World Cup? How do you prepare a team for the greatest show on earth? How do you beat Brazil 7-1? What does the German win teach us in Africa? Read full blog
New champions of the world
Last Sunday I lost my final bet. I had tipped Argentina to win the 2014 World Cup. Read full blog
The best players of the 2014 World Cup
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is considered by many specialists as the most spectacular ever. The quality of football was unrivalled. Read full blog
2014 World Cup team of the tournament
Despite the detractors, Brazil 2014 was a resounding success both on-field and off. Read full blog
Refs were big losers at WCup 2014
The level of criticism aimed at the match officials during the 2014 World Cup in Rio, in my opinion, reached unprecedented proportions. Read full blog
Justice is served
Did I predict that Germany would win the World Cup? No. Before the tournament I thought hosts Brazil may win. Read full blog
African Ref for World Cup 3rd Place Play-off
In my last article on supersport.com regarding refereeing, I suggested that Algerian referee Djamel Haimoudi might be in line for the 2014 World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro. Read full blog
Germany will reap the reward of continuity
It was in the summer of 2009, at the European Under-21 Championships in Malmo, Sweden, that Germany started this brew that has come to the boil in Brazil. Read full blog
A dark day for Brazilian football
This World Cup has produced some great football drama as well as some totally unexpected results. This has beautifully illustrated why football is such a completely unpredictable game. Read full blog
Why Tiki Taka still rules the world
As the Chileans drove the final nail in the coffin for Spain in Brazil, most thought that was the end of "Tiki Taka" football as we know it. Read full blog
Messi and the winds of Mexico ‘86
Lionel Messi has achieved everything at club level but last night he moved a little closer to achieving true greatness as he led Argentina to the World Cup final. Read full blog
Neymar and the quest for 'Amarildo'
Brazil take on Germany in a few hours and all the talk in Brazil is about the one man who won’t feature in the game - Neymar, Brazil’s new golden boy who’s yet to win the World Cup. Read full blog
Meeting the four wise men
Former Australian cricketer Shane Warne once famously remarked that the only coach he knew was the one that carried players to and from matches. Read full blog
African ref for World Cup final?
It’s the pinnacle of any referee’s career to officiate at the “greatest show on earth”. It’s even more prestigious to be in the middle with the whistle on the final day. Read full blog
Lights out for African teams
It has been more than week since the light went out for all the African teams in the World Cup. Read full blog
New stars sparkle in Brazil
While it’s quite remarkable that all eight teams that topped their respective groups qualified for the quarterfinals, prior to the World Cup, I believe few would have predicted Colombia and Costa Rica’s steady passage Read full blog

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Sunday Oliseh
What Germany did to become champs
The 2002 Japan and South Korea World Cup saw the Germans lose in the Finals to Brazil, thanks to...

Collins Okinyo
Amrouche is his own worst enemy
Thunder has struck twice with news of Harambee Stars coach Adel Amrouche being slapped with a...

Claudia Ekai
Save our Stars
First and foremost, it is not all over for Harambee Stars in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations...

Carol Radull
The Harambee Stars' secrets
A week ago Kenya’s Harambee Stars hosted Burundi in our first international friendly this year. I...

Emeka Enyadike
Joachim Loew: German lessons for Africa
How do you win the World Cup? How do you prepare a team for the greatest show on earth? How do you...

Segun Odegbami
New champions of the world
Last Sunday I lost my final bet. I had tipped Argentina to win the 2014 World Cup.